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Archives 03-08-2011

A Brief Review of 1902 in Overton and Pickett Counties

CHANCERORY COURT: T.J. Fisher, Chancellor; R.L. Mitchell Jr., Clerk and Master. Meets first Monday in April and October. CIRCUIT COURT: W.T. Smith, Judge; M.G. Butler, Attorney General; W.A. Thomas, Clerk. Meets third Monday in February, June and October. COUNTY COURT: L.D. Bohannan, County Judge; J.C. Bilbrey, Clerk. Meets every first Monday. Quarterly Court meets first Monday in January, April, July and October. County Officers: John Singleton, Sheriff; F.G. Draper, Register; W.C. Crawford, Trustee; I.N. Oakley, Surveyor; C.J. Cullom, County Superintendent; W.O. Miller, Coroner; C.C. Carr, Ranger; John Hart Jr., U.S. Commissioner; S.J. Deck, Deputy U.S. Marshall.
 
Pickett County Circuit Court convenes the fourth Monday in February, June and October.
 
Clay County Circuit Court convenes the fourth Monday in February, June and October.
 
W.R. Officer, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, office E. Side Square, Livingston, Tennessee.
 
Burr Smith of Crab Orchard visited relatives in Livingston last week.
 
Maggie Sebon and Lizzie of Henard visited friends in Livingston last week.
 
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price: 25 cents.
 
Mrs. S.C. Baird and daughter Claudine of Oak Hill were shopping in town last week.
 
Byrdstown and Celina are somewhat wrought over the small pox. A number of people in each town have been exposed.
 
I have sold Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy for years and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it. I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work this morning. H.R. Phelps, Plymouth, Ohio. For sale by R.L. and J.W. Burks.
 
Mrs. D.Y. Conaster left this morning for Rockwood, where she will visit relatives for a short time.
 
W.G. Yelton is in Burnside in attendance upon his daughter, Mrs. Lee Rankin, who is sick with typhoid fever.
 
W.J. Gaudin showed us a curiosity the other day of a chicken with four legs and three eyes. The chicken was alive after the egg was pipped but died before it was extracted from the shell.
 
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS, THOUROUGBREDS. Hens: 50 cents each. Cockerels: 30 cents each. 18 eggs per setting: 50 cents. Mrs. S.J. Deck, Livingston, Tennessee.
 
A woman who has had experience with whooping cough tells how to prevent the dangerous consequences from it. “Our three children took whooping cough last summer,” she says, “our baby boy being only three months old. Owing to giving them Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health that other children whose parents did not use the remedy. Our oldest little girl would call strongly out for cough syrup between whoops.” Jesse Pinkey Hall, Springfield, Ala.
 
“Beware how you take away hope from another human being.” Oliver Wendell Holmes.

(Readers are welcome to email columnist at northcountylines@gmail.com)

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